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Go & See: Tuesday 6 – Monday 12 May

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Every week, BR&S picks out a series of gallery events, screenings, exhibitions, performances. Here are our choices for you to go & see:

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Leah's Pick!
Until Saturday May 10

Steven Zevitas Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue #47, Boston
Jered Sprecher, Half Moon Maker
Tuesday - Saturday 11-5pm / Free

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Clint's Pick!
Saturday May 3 - Saturday June 14

The Barbara Krakow Gallery, 10 Newbury Street, Boston
Sarah Sze: A Survey of Editioned Works: 2008-2013
Tuesday — Saturday 10am — 5:30pm / Free

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Stephanie's Pick!
Thursday May 8 - Friday June 13

Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W. Newton St, Boston
Raúl González & Elaine Bay: Heroes Welcome or El Museo De Los Perdidos
"Heroes Welcome or el Museo de los Perdidos exhibits recent works of artists Raúl González and Elaine Bay. Experience an immersive installation with large-scale drawings, reused objects, sound and videos that explores the poverty and violence of "la frontera". Using the language of old cartoons, cultural stereotypes and images of the old-time west, these striking works examine the depth of human cruelty and compassion." [Source]
Opening Reception: Thursday May 8, 6-9pm
Free

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Stephanie's Pick!

Thursday May 8 & Friday May 9
The Strand Theatre, 543 Columbia Rd, Dorchester, MA
Greater Boston Cultural Convening
This is the right moment to come together, express and share the kind of creative future we want in this city, Boston is changing.
10-6:30pm / Free
Please RSVP here.

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Friday May 9 - Sunday July 13

MIT, List Visual Arts Center, 20 Ames Street Building E15, Cambridge
9 Artists
"9 Artists is an international, multigenerational group exhibition that considers the changing role of the artist in contemporary culture. Bringing together the expansive practices of some of the most provocative and engaged artists working today—Yael Bartana, Liam Gillick, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Renzo Martens, Bjarne Melgaard, Nástio Mosquito, Hito Steyerl, and Danh Vo—the exhibition examines ways that they negotiate the complexities and contradictions of living in an ever more complex and networked world. Featuring some 40 works, both past and new, 9 Artists includes a range of sculpture, drawing, installation, and video. The exhibition is organized by the Walker Art Center and curated by Bartholomew Ryan; Alise Upitis is the organizing curator for the List." [Source]
Opening Reception: Thursday May 15
Gallery Talk: w/ Liam Gillick, 6pm, Bartos Theatre
5-8pm / Free

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Monday May 12 - Saturday May 24

(left)Sara Romani, The Veil, 2014, archival inkjet print. (right)Dylan Nelson, Shampoo and Sand (CF-933), 2014, archival inkjet print.

MassArt, Bakalar Gallery, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston
MassArt MFA Thesis Exhibition II
YoAhn Han (2D), Sofie Hodara (Design), Kimberly Maroon (Design), Fish McGill (Design), Angela Mittiga (Photo), Dylan Nelson (Photo), Danny Schissler (Photo), Biyang Song (Studio for Interrelated Media), Lele Zhang (3D)
Reception: Thursday May 15, 5-8 pm
Gallery Talks: Saturday May 17, 1-3 pm
Free

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Tuesday 13 - Sunday 18 May*

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116
SMFA Presents: The Cyclorama Show: Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition
"This spring, the Master of Fine Arts program celebrates the work of its graduating students with a final collective thesis exhibition, on view May 13—18, 2014. Showing in the historic Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts, the exhibition features a wide range of media from the program's graduating students. Throughout the two-year program, these talented MFA students candidates have honed their practice through individual innovation, creative collaborations, and critical thinking—this fascinating exhibition is their opportunity to publicly share in-depth, personal presentations of art works." [Souce]

Opening Reception: Saturday May 17, 7:30—10 pm
Meet the Artists: Friday May 16, 3—5 pm
Hours: May 13—17, 11 am—5 pm; May 18, 11 am—3 pm / Free

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Thursday May 15 - Saturday June 14

GRIN, 60 Valley Street, Unit 3 Providence, Rhode Island
NONSPACE
Curated by Matthew King
Opening Reception: Thursday May 15
5-9pm / Free

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* Found on Big Red and Shiny's Listing page! Please consider listing your events with us here.

 

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